You'll need to submit this for investigation if you haven't done so already.
Yea, the instructions I found online said to do both (the form and then post here as well.)
By the way, the McAfee submission form for false positives is definately the most obnoxious of all the forms out there. They're already making my life difficult with this false positive, there should be a very simple form to fill out when you're the developer and need to report a false positive. (I complained to my friend at Symantec about this as well.)
Really just submit it (zipped and password protected as in the FAQ) to mcafee with subject possible false Artemis detection and name of detection and when it is replied to say you want the detection reviewed and why.
If no reply is a day or so post back and 1 of us will ping a lab guy re this
Not a big deal as far as I see.
Ah, yes, I confused myself reporting to so many companies this morning. I did send the email to the address at McAfee first. It was just when I was viewing another FAQ that it mentioned the form at https://secure.mcafee.com/apps/mcafee-labs/dispute-form.aspx?region=us (By the way, that form has a bug in it that doesn't let you select "no" for 'Does your software affect any other computer settings?)
Anyway, everything is cool. They should have a copy of the software via that email address.
The submission all you need I will stir them up if you have not an answer by Tuesday.
Yes that submission form a tad longwinded never used it or seen anyone mention it till now.
The file in question has been reviewed and the detection has been suppressed. The sample should no longer be detected.